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SCHEDULE 7E+W+SFEES PAYABLE IN RELATION TO THE EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 2014, THE ACETYLENE SAFETY (ENGLAND AND WALES AND SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2014 AND THE PETROLEUM (CONSOLIDATION) REGULATIONS 2014

This schedule has no associated Explanatory Memorandum

PART 1 E+W+SFEES FOR APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES, OR VARIATIONS TO, OR TRANSFER OF, LICENCES, TO MANUFACTURE OR TO STORE EXPLOSIVES MADE TO LICENSING AUTHORITIES WHICH ARE LICENSING AUTHORITIES BY VIRTUE OF PARAGRAPH 1(c) OR (d) OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 2014 OR PARAGRAPH 1(b), 2 OR 4 OF THAT SCHEDULE IN LOCAL AUTHORITY ASSENT CASES OR WHERE NO ASSENT REQUIRED BY VIRTUE OF REGULATION 13(4)(b) TO (g)

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Provision of the Explosives Regulations 2014 under which a licence is grantedPurpose of applicationFeeFee for work by inspector
Regulation 13, as extended by regulation 2(2) of those Regulations to the manufacture and storage of ammonium nitrate blasting intermediateLicence to manufacture explosives not being ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate nor relating to on-site mixing£656£132 per hour worked
Licence to manufacture or store only ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£162 per hour worked
Licence to manufacture explosives by means of on-site mixing£243£132 per hour worked
Licence to store explosives£656£132 per hour worked
Renewal of any of the above licences£86£132 per hour worked
Regulation 16Varying a licence to manufacture or store explosives, not being ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£450£132 per hour worked
Varying a licence to manufacture or store ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£162 per hour worked
Regulation 17Transfer of any of the above licences£54
Replacement of any of the licences referred to in this Part if lost£54

PART 2 E+W+SFEES FOR APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES, OR VARIATIONS TO, OR TRANSFER OF, LICENCES TO STORE EXPLOSIVES MADE TO LICENSING AUTHORITIES WHICH ARE LICENSING AUTHORITIES BY VIRTUE OF PARAGRAPH 1(a) OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 2014 OR PARAGRAPH 1(b), 2 OR 4 OF THAT SCHEDULE IN CASES WHERE LOCAL AUTHORITY ASSENT IS NOT REQUIRED BY VIRTUE OF REGULATION 13(4)(a) OF THOSE REGULATIONS

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Provision of the Explosives Regulations 2014 under which application madePurpose of applicationFee
Regulation 13Licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations, a minimum separation distance of greater than 0 metres is required:
(a) one year's duration£185
(b) two years' duration£243
(c) three years' duration£304
(d) four years' duration£374

(e) five years' duration

Licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations, no minimum separation distance or a 0 metres separation distance is prescribed:

£423
(a) one year's duration£109
(b) two years' duration£141
(c) three years' duration£173
(d) four years' duration£206
(e) five years' duration£238
Renewal of licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations, a minimum separation distance of greater than 0 metres is prescribed:
(a) one year's duration£86
(b) two years' duration£147
(c) three years' duration£206
(d) four years' duration£266
(e) five years' duration£326
Renewal of licence to store explosives where, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations, no minimum separation distance or a 0 metres minimum separation distance is prescribed:
(a) one year's duration£54
(b) two years' duration£86
(c) three years' duration£120
(d) four years' duration£152
(e) five years' duration£185
Regulation 16Varying a licence:
(a) varying name of licensee or address of site£36
(b) any other kind of variationThe reasonable cost to the licensing authority of having the work carried out
Regulation 17Transfer of licence£36
Replacement of licence£36

Note:

The fee payable for a licence or renewal of a licence—

(a)of less than one year's duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of one year's duration decreased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence renewal is granted;

(b)of more than one but less than two years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence, or a renewal of a licence, of one year's duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted;

(c)of more than two but less than three years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of two years duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted;

(d)of more than three but less than four years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of three years' duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted;

(e)of more than four but less than five years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence or renewal of a licence of four years duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence or renewal is granted.

PART 3 E+W+SFEES FOR EXPLOSIVES CERTIFICATES UNDER THE EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 2014

Table 1

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Provision of the Explosives Regulations 2014 under which a fee is payablePurpose of applicationFee

Regulation 11

(see Note)

(a) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (c), (g) or (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence to store explosives and, by virtue of regulation 27 of, and Schedule 5 to, the 2014 Regulations no minimum separation distance is prescribed or a 0 metres minimum separation distance is prescribed:
(i) one year's duration£130
(ii) two years' duration£162
(iii) three years' duration£196
(iv) four years' duration£228
(v) five years' duration.£261
(b) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (a):
(i) one year's duration£114
(ii) two years' duration£135
(iii) three years' duration£157
(iv) four years' duration£180
(v) five years' duration£201
(c) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (a), (g) or (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence for the storage of no more than 2000 kilograms of explosives:
(i) one year's duration£141
(ii) two years' duration£173
(iii) three years' duration£206
(iv) four years' duration£238
(v) five years' duration£271
(d) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (c):
(i) one year's duration£135
(ii) two years' duration£162
(iii) three years' duration£190
(iv) four years' duration£217
(v) five years' duration£243
(e) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (g) or (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence for the storage of more than 2000 kilograms of explosives:
(i) one year's duration£190
(ii) two years' duration£228
(iii) three years' duration£266
(iv) four years' duration£304
(v) five years' duration£342
(f) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (e):
(i) one year's duration£167
(ii) two years' duration£201
(iii) three years' duration£233
(iv) four years' duration£266
(v) five years' duration£298
(g) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping only shooters' powder at a site in relation to which the applicant holds a licence, where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the explosives certificate application which is to be determined at the same time£25
(h) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (g) where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the renewal application which is to be determined at the same time£16
(i) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping only shooters' powder at a site in relation to which the applicant holds a licence and a relevant certificate, where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by the applicant is to be determined at the same time£46
(j) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (i) where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by the applicant is to be determined at the same time£19
(k) Explosives certificate for acquiring more than 15 kilograms of explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (m) or (o):
(i) one year's duration£130
(ii) two years' duration£162
(iii) three years' duration£196
(iv) four years' duration£228
(v) five years' duration£261
(l) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (k):
(i) one year's duration£114
(ii) two years' duration£135
(iii) three years' duration£157
(iv) four years' duration£180
(v) five years' duration£201
(m) Explosives certificate for acquiring more than 15 kilograms of shooters' powder only, where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the explosives certificate application which is to be determined at the same time£25
(n) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (m) where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the renewal application which is to be determined at the same time£16
(o) Explosives certificate for acquiring more than 15 kilograms of shooters' powder only, where the applicant holds a relevant certificate and no relevant application under the 1968 Act is to be determined at the same time£46
(p) Renewal of the explosives certificate referred to in (o) where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by the applicant is to be determined at the same time£19
(q) Replacement of any explosives certificate referred to in entries (a) to (f) and (k) and (l) if lost£36
(r) Replacement of any explosives certificate referred to in entries (g) to (j) and (m) to (p) if lost£10

Table 2

The fee for a check carried out for the purposes of regulation 19(2)(d) of the 2014 Regulations is £5

Note:

The fee payable for an explosives certificate or a renewal of an explosive certificate (“renewal”)—

(a)of less than one year's duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for a certificate, or renewal of one year's duration decreased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is granted;

(b)of more than one but less than two years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate, or a renewal of one year's duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is granted;

(c)of more than two but less than three years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate or renewal of two years' duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is granted;

(d)of more than three but less than four years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate or renewal of three years' duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is granted;

(e)of more than four but less than five years' duration is, respectively, the fee set out above for an explosives certificate or renewal of four years' duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the explosive certificate or renewal is granted.

PART 4 E+W+SAPPLICATIONS UNDER AND REPLACEMENT OF LICENCE UNDER, THE 2014 ACETYLENE REGULATIONS

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Purpose of application under the 2014 Acetylene RegulationsFeeFee for work by inspector
Original application for a licence for the manufacture of compressed acetylene gas, the compression of acetylene gas, the filling of a cylinder with compressed acetylene gas or any combination of those activities under regulation 6£41£132 per hour worked
Application to renew a licence under regulation 6£41£132 per hour worked
Application to vary a licence under regulation 6£41£132 per hour worked
Application to transfer a licence under regulation 6£41£132 per hour worked
Replacement of any of the licences referred to in this Part if lost£41

PART 5 E+W+SFEE PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE GRANTING OF STORAGE CERTIFICATES AND PETROL LICENCES UNDER THE PETROLEUM (CONSOLIDATION) REGULATIONS 2014

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Provision of the Petroleum (Consolidation) Regulations 2014 under which a fee is payablePurpose of applicationFee
Regulation 6Storage certificate, where premises to be used to store petrol of a quantity—
not exceeding 2,500 litres£44 for each year of certificate
exceeding 2,500 litres but not exceeding 50,000 litres£60 for each year of certificate
exceeding 50,000 litres£125 for each year of certificate
Regulation 14

Licence to keep petrol of a quantity—

not exceeding 2,500 litres

exceeding 2,500 litres but not exceeding 50,000 litres

exceeding 50,000 litres

£44 for each year of licence

£60 for each year of licence

£125 for each year of licence

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